• By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    ANOTHER REASON TO STAY OFF THE ROADS: BALTIMORE DRIVERS RANK WORST IN U.S. FOR DRIVING IN SNOW, STUDY FINDS

    In case you were looking for another excuse to stay home during the winter storm this week, Baltimore drivers recently were ranked...

    U.S.
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    AFTER FREDERICK DOUGLASS SCHOOL SHOOTING, BALTIMORE DELEGATE RESURRECTS BILL TO ARM SCHOOL POLICE OFFICERS

    State Del. Cheryl Glenn reintroduced legislation Wednesday that would authorize Baltimore school police officers to carry guns inside...

    Democrats
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    BALTIMORE POLICE OFFICER ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS HERSELF IN THE LEG

    An off-duty Baltimore police officer accidentally shot herself in the leg Wednesday in the Glen Oaks neighborhood, according to police....

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    THIS YOUNG YANKEES FAN REALLY, REALLY DIDN'T WANT MANNY MACHADO AND HE'S MADE IT CLEAR WHY

    When he learned about Manny Machado's reported 10-year, $300 million deal with the San Diego Padres, young Yankees fan Jacob Carpenter...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    MARYLAND WEATHER LIVE UPDATES: SNOW TOTALS, LATEST FORECASTS AND MORE FROM WINTER STORM

    State officials reported some travel disruptions as snow coated roadways and runways Wednesday. Maryland State Police reported 80 accidents...

    Travel
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    DRIVER INJURED IN BUS CRASH, CLOSES I-97 SOUTH IN GLEN BURNIE

    A bus driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries and officials have shut down all lanes of Interstate 97 South after a single-vehicle...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    FIRE REPORTED IN NORTHWEST BALTIMORE APARTMENT, OFFICIAL SAYS

    Fire crews are responding to a reported fire on the sixth floor of an apartment building in Northwest Balti

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    COLUMBIA-BASED BANDURA CYBER RAISES $10 MILLION IN VENTURE FUNDING

    Bandura Cyber, a Columbia-based cybersecurity firm, has expanded its first significant funding round to more than $10 million, the...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    AFTER JORDAN MCNAIR'S DEATH, MARYLAND LAWMAKERS SEEK OVERHAUL OF UNIVERSITY SYSTEM'S BOARD OF REGENTS

    Arguing University of Maryland officials placed athletics over academics last year following the death of football player Jordan McNair,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    FOR ORIOLES' ALEX COBB, FIRST LIVE BP SESSION SHOWS IMPORTANCE OF FULL SPRING AFTER LAST YEAR'S RUSH

    The last time Alex Cobb pitched at Ed Smith Stadium was during his frenzied race to get ready for his mid-April debut after signing...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    AT HOME ON BREAK, MARSHALL FOOTBALL PLAYER REKINDLES OAKLAND MILLS CONNECTIONS BEFORE BEING STRUCK BY TRAGEDY

    Larry Aaron III, a Marshall football player and Oakland Mills alumnus, spent his winter break with old friends and his girlfriend,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    93STRONG: OAKLAND MILLS COMMUNITY RALLIES DURING BOLD RECOVERY - AND AFTER

    Despite everything, Larry Aaron was eventually released from the hospital and was "progressing as well as we could hope for." Before...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    DESTINED FOR A LIFE OF SPORTS: LARRY AARON OVERCOMES ADVERSITY TO MAKE MARK AT OAKLAND MILLS, MARSHALL

    A tough freshman season, a major knee injury, and competing interests in basketball and baseball threatened Larry Aaron's young football...

    Sport
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    CHIC SNEAKERS TIED TO GOOD GRADES, SELF-ESTEEM BOOST AT WEST BALTIMORE'S MATTHEW A. HENSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    Eric Randall Jr. collects sneakers, deodorizes them, strips off scuffs and paints them in a rainbow of colors. In that way, he said,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    ANTHONY COWAN JR. BUSTS OUT AS MARYLAND BREAKS ROAD SLIDE VS. RANKED TEAMS AT NO. 21 IOWA

    Like the old Brooklyn Dodgers, whose mantra was born out of their decades-long futility against the powerhouse New York Yankees, the...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    SIXTH PERSON DIES FROM INJURIES SUFFERED IN PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY CRASH EARLIER THIS MONTH

    A sixth person has died as a result of a crash earlier this month in Prince George's County. Maryland State Police identified the victim...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    BIKE RACKS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOST WEEKDAY MARC TRAINS, MARYLAND TRANSIT ADMINISTRATION SAYS

    Let there be bikes. The Maryland Transit Administration announced Tuesday that it had completed the installation of new bike racks...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    INSPECTOR GENERAL REVEALS WASTEFUL SPENDING, TIME THEFT AT BALTIMORE'S DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

    An expensive machine that only one employee knows how to use. A husband and wife who used city resources to run their side business....

    Running
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    BALTIMORE COUNTY COUNCIL APPROVES OUTSIDE LEGAL CONTRACTS FOR RELIGIOUS LAWSUITS, LABOR NEGOTIATIONS

    The Baltimore County Council on Tuesday approved several contracts with private attorneys to handle legal work. The largest agreement...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Feb 20, 2019

    HOWARD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD'S $972M BUDGET PLAN TRIMS FROM MARTIRANO'S REQUEST

    Howard County's Board of Education on Tuesday approved an operating budget request that nears $1 billion, but nevertheless trims $25.7...